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service. we'll meet again in about 15 seconds when these two get in the room. in all the craziness in our world, mars, they found water there. which means if things are really turning south fast here, everyone, first rocket to mars, i'm almost done building it. hello, everyone, geraldo rivera, dana. a fox news alert. at any moment president obama is supposed to sit down with russian president vladimir putin for their first face to face meeting in nearly a year. this is putin's first trip to america since his country seized control of crimea in ukraine. both he and obama delivered speeches today before the u.n. general assembly offering sharply different views in resolving the crisis in syria. putin did an interview that aired yesterday on "60 minutes." he was asked to talk about obama's leadership, but he didn't take the bait?
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>> reporter: what do you think of president obama? what's your evaluation of him? >> translator: i don't think i'm entitled to give any views regarding the president. that's up to the american people. >> reporter: do you think his activities in foreign affairs reflect a weakness? >> translator: i don't think so at all. >> and the white house, however, is pointing out russia's leadership weaknesses. >> russia for years has treated syria as essentially a client state. the action we're seeing from the russians now is responding from weakness. they're concerned about the investment there, they're concerned about losing influence in the government. >> danny, during that shot we were talking a little bit about it, but vladimir putin made his case, he stated his case, didn't he? >> from an interview standpoint, i thought vladimir putin, for his own interests, had a very good interview with "60 minutes." i thought he was calm, he answered the questions, he deflected when he needed to.
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he said, that's for the american people to decide. i'm not going to comment on your president. then he would do a little sharp elbow to president obama. so i thought he had a good interview for himself. i think what josh ernest said this morning, yes, there is weakness and i think what putin needs to do is shore up some support back home. one of the ways he can do that is by saying, look, i am making russia more respected in the world because i'm the only one that's coming up with a solution to deal with isis, and therefore i'm going to the united nations. i haven't been there in a decade, i'm going to give a speech and i'm showing that russia is the only one i'm looking to to solve a problem that for four years obama couldn't solve. >> there was pushback on isis recently, and i think charlie rose gave him a soft interview. >> it didn't matter what type of interview charlie rose intended to give him because putin ruled the day. he showed he was a fearless
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leader. he was controlled in the subject matter, conversation and the flow. he was very well prepared and he was on point. i agree with dana, from a communications standpoint, he delivered the day for russia. what you saw is somebody saying, i will step into the leadership vacuum i have created, saying the russian leadership has tried to right the united states in the middle east. >> he said why he was trying to help out assad, he took credit for the gains that have been made. are you okay with that? >> let me start with president obama's speech, if i may, eric. i think the president made a beautiful speech, a gorgeous speech, an eloquent speech, and if it were his acceptance speech for the nobel peace prize, it would have been terrific. but it was absolutely shorn of specifics, it avoided what to do about syria. he reluctantly held his nose and said we'll cooperate with iran
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and russia where it comes to syria. i thought putin absolutely owned the day. he gave specifics. he identified the mutual enemy, whose side the free world, the civilized world is on. isis is the enemy. let's get together. you have your differences, of course, with the governor of bashar assad, but it was putin all the way. we teamed up with the soviet union to defeat the nazis, we can team up with russia to defeat isis. >> putin took him aside. he said, we're going to side with russia. obama can't take a side. >> that's why he has advantage over obama, he's clear with what he wants to do in the world. he wants to be a power player, and he wants to make deals with syria, and he wants to be a thorn in the side of america. what do we want from russia? we don't even know. of course, he has the advantage
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over obama. >> we're going to leave it right there, but leadership, you can see the two different styles. >> he took the goal home and now he's going to take the oil loss. >> we'll move on from this topic. also, big news from capitol hill. speaker john boehner is out, and as of friday, he'll be leaving congress next month. he said he's proud of his record and took a shot at some of his party's hard liners. >> our founders didn't want some parliamentary system where if you wanted a majority, you got to do whatever you wanted. they wanted this long, slow process. so change comes slowly. and obviously, too slowly for some. the bible says beware of false profits. there are people out there, you know, spreading noise about how much can get done. >> i have to go back to you again here, dana. your thoughts on, first of all, john boehner announcing on friday very quickly "i'm done"
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and then his reason for leaving. >> so i went to my first job in washington, d.c. on capitol hill in 1995. john boehner was one of the first members that i met. i made friends with all his staff in boehner world. my niece later on worked in the cloak room for him. i've stayed in touch with him. i then got to watch him as the speaker and majority leader rebuff 17 times nancy pelosi and harry reid's attempts at war when they had the majority. i'm an unabashed fan and i have a lot of admiration for what john boehner has done in his years as a public servant. okay, maybe it's time for a change. what he was saying about follows profits, math is math. and if somebody can show me another way to do math, and if there's a new era that's coming in that's going to do math better and differently, then knock yourselves out. >> you're pointing out the group
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of the gop representatives that won't vote with him no matter what. is that what you're saying? >> no, they think he could have done better. >> you're talking about the tea party or the hard liners or the people who feel -- >> yeah. >>. >> who would advocate what they were elected for. they were put in those seats because they were going to vote against certain things no matter what, and i would think that's what they're doing. >> john boehner left because the republican party is dysfunctional. the republican party has shattered itself. the real civil war in this country is within the deal. he could get nothing done as speaker. dana kindly says it's about arithmetic. the fact of the matter is the republicans, the hard liners and the house of representatives can vote to do anything they want and it will not become law
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because there are enough democrats to stop it and there are the senate members. >> let's not lose sight of the fact that that's what they said they would do. they would not vote for things they didn't think were would prudently defund obamacare for the 97th time. >> we're all talking about planned parenthood, defunding resolution, that the hard liners wanted to have the planned parenthood defunding pulled out of that bill. he knew he couldn't get it on the bill so he didn't put it on the house floor and that was perceived as weak. >> he should have done it anyway even though he knew he didn't have the vote, right? he'll take the three-point shot no matter what. >> are you suggesting that -- it's a three-point shot when you need four points. >> that's the most he can get, though, is one shot.
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>> ears here's an alternative, dana, correct me if i'm wrong. he could pull the defunding of planned parenthood out and let president obama veto that bill and then it's on him. >> that's one strategy but the problem is bigger than boehner. are you going to blame boehner for everything? let's see what mccarthy does. >> they compared him to the french revolution and said, whose head is next, right? the thing that wasn't in that article is president obama. the reason you have extremists on the right is they look at what president obama is doing. he is scorched earth. he does not believe in compromise at all. the other side says if obama is not going to compromise even though he ran as i uniter, we don't agree with people who are unwilling. >> you let president obama shut down the government, obama, that's the way you do it. >> the presidential hopeful
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faced more questions about her private e-mail scandal on "meet the press" this weekend and dismissed it as another conspiracy theory by her critics. >> during the '90s i was subjected to the same kind of barrage, and it seemed to be at the time, endless. then when i ran for the senate, people said, hey, we're more concerned about what you're going to do for us. i trusted the voters to make that decision this time around, too. >> and the hillary machine is trying to get the media to change the subject. look at this. senior spokeswoman karen finney said, they need to correct the record and tweeted the same exact thing, cannotly, word for word. that is a potential violation of federal election law. so the media has their marching orders from the clinton camp. are they going to get in line, k. g.?
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is it over? >> every time i think it's over, it's like the seventh inning stretch. we've got a couple innings to go. anything is possible, but this should be enough and should be sufficient. you don't think so? >> i don't think it's over. i'll be the first to tell you, i think she did a great interview on "meet the press." she had the right demeanor, she wasn't condescending, she wasn't making jokes about her e-mails, but we have probably 60 to 70% of the e-mails we can still read. we haven't seen them yet. >> i bet you a month ago that this would be a big nothing, this e-mail scandal. it is a big nothing a month later. it's going to be a big nothing a month from now. benghazi is the longest thing in the history of congress. it is again another distraction by the extremists on the gop. obama and clinton blew the middle east. they're the reason -- >> they've been holding evidence.
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>> the reason we have libya is the obama administration. the reason we have syria is the obama administration. why can't we come straight on substance rather than this liberal nothing scandal that's scandalous? >> the periods going forward are starting to encompass benghazi. the four dead americans of benghazi. >> what are they going to say? i killed four americans myself? >> what it's going to say is whatever they were talking about they talked about in an ineffective way, but that's the essence, what is the middle east now? what is the middle east seven years ago? is it better than it was seven years ago? if not, blame us. >> this is a woman who wants to be president of the united states and i would like to see what she has to say then. >> besides even just the substance, it's the fact that today the "washington post" fact checker comes out with hillary getting three pinocchios because
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she can't even get her timeline straight. it changes every other day. one of the things that just happened is she said i only used an e-mail address from 2009 on. well, then it turns out in one of these e-mails, there is an exchange between her and general petraeus, then director of the cia. she obviously was using that same server before. the timeline changes. it goes to questions of judgment. i also think that this idea that her staffer could work as a government employee at getting a sweetheart deal to give separate employment through tenao connected to her husband's firm and the global initiative, that is so dirty. >> did you coin a term scandalette? that might be sexist, geraldo. i think the clinton campaign is also trying to channel obi wan kenobi.
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>> hillary clinton picked a fight with carly fiorina for wanting to defund planned parenthood, but she challenged him. >> you described a debate its heart beating, its legs kicking. you saw that moment on the tape. >> yes, and i would challenge planned parenthood. >> the footing you described at best is a reenactment. >> chuck, chuck, do you think this is not happening? does hillary clinton think this is not happening? so sad that you missed the opportunity to ask mrs. clinton why she said late-term abortions were only performed for medical purposes. that is patently false. >> quick around. go ahead, carlogeraldo. >> i said i thought that was carly fiorina's description of the fetus, the brain intact, the
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heart beating and the rest of it. she answered to chuck todd's question, have you seen the video? she said yes. now it seems to me that's a yes-no. she said, yes, she saw the video. if the video does not exist, then it's problematic. >> here's the problem, and i've seen every single one of those videos. >> did you see that scene? >> yes, but i didn't see the planned parenthood video. i saw the scene, and the videos were released at the same time and that may have been part of the confusion. they'll be able to clean that up. >> i thought that was a powerful moment for her. she showed she has very adaptive skills handling conversations like that and turning it around to an advantage for her. i think it was a fair question and she was not able to propose he should have asked hillary clinton about that if he was doing his job. >> what about the tape? >> we haven't seen the tape. we looked at them one at a time. show it. everyone can see it and make up
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their mind. if she sees the tape she's talking about, which i have and you have, it's a pretty bad tape. >> the only reason the mainstream media has been covering the planned parenthood videos is because of this controversy, because they've tried to go to carly fiorina about it, which is actually forcing people to recognize that the videos do exist and you can watch them. >> where did you see it? i'm curious. i want to know. >> there were groups releasing videos, and i saw that video, and it wasn't a reenactment. >> i think what she was describing was she saw the video where the woman was describing what she was seeing. >> she created a proof of life moment, essentially, by telling people, hey, this is out there, this is what exists, talking about it to a huge audience, national audience paying attention to the issues, and it put it right on the forefront. >> i have to be honest with you. have you seen the planned parenthood video? >> i've seen some videos. i haven't seen that one. >> it specifically describes something you haven't really
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seen. >> the problem is people say, we don't want to hear about that. her point is it's actually happening whether you want to hear about it or not. >> and she's saying it speaks to the country if you don't want to watch it. >> we should show it. >> no, we should never show that video. you can't show that. >> it's that bad. >> he's been teasing it for weeks, and today donald trump finally unveiled his tax plan. >> i did the plan with some of the leading scholars and economists and tax experts that there are in this country. they love it. they say, why hasn't this been done before? and this is my wheelhouse. that's what i do well. >> trump specifics, coming up.
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he calls it a common sense proposal that will grow our economy to a level not seen in decades. donald trump rolled out his full tax plan today, one that would eliminate income taxes for millions of americans. >> we're going to cut the individual rates from seven brackets to four. if you're single and earn less
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than 25,000, or married and jointly earn less than 50,000, you'll not pay any income tax. this eliminates very strongly and quickly the marriage penalty. it eliminates the amt, which is the alternative minimum tax. it ends the death tax. it reduces or eliminates most of the deductions and loopholes available to special interests and to the very rich. in other words, it's going to cost me a fortune. >> okay, so he's come up with some specifics, right? because the criticism has been donald trump sounds good, it's going to be the greatest recovery ever. how are you going to achieve this greatness that this country desperately needs? so lay it out for us. >> last night on "60 minutes" he gave us a nibble of what he was going to release. i really didn't like what he said last night. he was talking about trade
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restrictions on goods coming in from other countries. but then he unrolled this today, and i give an a-plus. i really wanted to not love this tax plan because i was worried i was going to be able to figure out where some of the money was coming from, but it's fantastic. a top tax rate for individuals of 25%. that's down from 39.6% now, and that was going up higher without it. he eliminates the estate tax. i think that's a huge one. and for me and for american businesses, the capital gains tax of 20%, down from almost 24%. most importantly, on the corporate side, he brings top corporate tax rate, every corporation, whether you're small or large, down to 15%. top rates right now are at 35%. we're getting our butt kicked by every other country in the world who says we'll give you a 15% tax rate. these companies go over there, bring jobs and leave their money there. he also has a tax paid plan that
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i put out seven years ago. i put this out seven years ago, and i think it's phenomenal. >> look at your picture. >> it will bring $2.5 trillion back to america. it's a one-time. he talks about it being ongoing. it's a one-time repatriation of a lot of money which will bring a lot of money and jobs and economic give-back. i love it a lot. >> don't you fear that it will add to -- i like a lot of aspects of it also, and i'm glad he was very specific. but don't you fear that when you have a plan based on growth projections, what you're really offering is a menu for hugely increased debt? >> yes. and by the way, every single plan so far, including jeb's, who is looking at a 4% gdp growth rate, if you put 4% on this plan, you're reducing debt. you're doing a great job reducing debt. >> how do you put 4% growth in america? >> ronald reagan turned a
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negative growth depression into an 8% growth rate. >> i remember clinton. he got a surplus in the budget by taxing the rich, by, you know, spreading the pain around. i fear that it may be overly optimistic, although i am very glad that he offered specifics. >> dana, what do you make of it? what do you see as potential downfalls? >> eric understands this thing better than i do in terms of the tax thing. i did read kevin williams, someone i trust at national review, and he made good points that jeb has a similar plan, and the numbers don't add up like your concern, geraldo, how do you make sure the growth is actually there. his point is the tax plan can be what it is, but until we have a spending cut plan, we're not going to be able to keep up with the amount of outlays that we have that are mandatory because of the entitlement system. >> also, hitting the rich and hitting businesses and hitting
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this thing -- what was the one-time tax you were talking about? are businesses going to be able to dodge this? are they going to be able to hire accountants and work around it? >> their tax went from 17% to 15%. >> they're not going to be able to get around that? >> right now it's 35% to bring money back into the country. he's saying we'll drop it down to 10. >> that's an incentive to get people to come back in and bring more cash flow into the economy, which can then simulate it, more jobs, more opportunity, hopefully lower unemployment, get money to the gdp. >> but how do you do that with debts that are enhanced? >> you make cuts in the departments that are superfluous. >> who is paying for the wall? >> mexico is paying for the wall. >> that guy is on board, and if
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it eliminates the death tax -- >> americans should hate the death tax. >> i need more vladimir putin. ahead, vladimir. >> he might take you up on that, katie. >> and president obama are sitting down right now for a rare meeting. we're expecting tape of that shortly, so please stay tuned.
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victimized, protected class. >> it's protected information. they have a website in which publishes everybody's salaries, and i don't know whose business that is except the person that's doing it. if we can do it for the state retirees, we should be doing it for these welfare people. >> kimberly, do you agree? barring the fact that he appears to have gotten his sweater out of the goodwill bin -- >> aw. maybe he had a pub crawl. >> okay, but look, he's a thrifty guy, so he wants his people to be as well, right? >> look, the general idea and concept of entitlement reform has merit. can i say that? >> okay, that makes sense. >> he does look good in that sweater. >> he's talking about making it public. the idea of shame, is shame welcome in our modern world? >> i'm not for this. he's probably the same guy who would say that it is wrong and
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irresponsible for a newspaper to print the addresses of somebody who has a weapon, who owns a legally registered gun, right? we are not for that. so i don't understand this. it does seem to me that if they think they have a huge problem in maine of people who are taking advantage of the system, then they need to fix their system. they don't need to go after and target people and try to embarrass and tar and feather them in the newspaper. >> also their kids, right? oh, your dad is on welfare, i read your name in the paper. and what if they're targets of violence because of it? then there's going to be more lawsuits and money spent by the city. >> i'm all for this. >> i knew i could count on you. >> maine, is that where i need to move when i retire? here's the issue and the way i see differently from you guys is that because the taxpayers are paying into the system, you want to know where your money going. another big problem is
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fox news alert president
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obama and russian president putin met. it was a very brief meeting. let's watch. >> have you made progress on syria? >> yes, we waited all day for that. today at the united nations, president obama called syria's leader a tyrant and reiterated that bashir assad has to go. >> his allies can't simply pacify the security of a broad nation that have been brutalized by chemical weapons and indiscriminate bombing. yes, the real issue dictates a compromise will be required to end the fighting and ultimately stamp out isis. but realism also requires a managed transition away from assad and into a new leader. >> it's something the president has been saying for four straight years now, but with no follow-through and retreat from the middle east has left a vacuum that vladimir putin is
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more than happy to fulfill. >> translator: there is no other solution to the syrian crisis that strengthening the effective government structures and rendering them help in fighting terrorism. >> some of the coalition partners want to see president assad go first before they support -- >> translator: it's only the syrian people who should decide who governs their country and how. >> that last comment bothers me, because who is left in syria to make that decision. all the people have been killed by their own government. what concerns me about this whole arrangement is the sunnis hate assad more than they hate isis. what putin is saying is that assad must stay. iran is now saying assad must stay, and it looked to me president obama was saying, i really think assad must go, but -- >> i think there has to be prioritizing in syria.
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syria is totally dysfunctional, it ceases to exist as a nation. it has spawned the worst refugee crisis since world war ii. one nation already affected. 200,000 coming to our shores at the president's invitation. it is clear that russia, iran and the united states are on the same side when it comes to that, along with uk. we have to, as i said, in pleading remarks at the top of the show, when we can hold our nose and partner with stalin and defeat hitler in world war ii, stalin, a man responsible for 50,000 deaths, we can be in syria to defeat isis. once isis is defeated, then you have the transition. where does bashar assad go? you had the secretary general of the united nations announcing today he wants to refer what happened in syria to the
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international court of justice, international criminal court. >> great, in 20 years we'll get some sort of answer? >> if you listen to geraldo, you partner with assad, destroy isis and then turn around and destroy who you just partnered with, and then bear the brunt of iran and russia who is just partnering with assad also. here's a better idea. let them beat the living dal daylights out of each other in syria. knock yourself out. i'm sorry about the refugee crisis. make it stay in syria, geraldo. push them out of iraq the way you can with the kurds and the iraqi forces. get them the hell out of iraq. >> a better idea. russia and the today, form the two biggest armies in the world, they create a save haven. i don't care who you are. if you're syrian, you stay in syria. i'll give you jobs, and then you fight isis outside the safe
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haven where you worked with the russians to protect civilians. >> and assad. >> then you still have assad. >> there is no urgency in getting rid of assad. >> do you agree with putin's plan? >> i agree with his plan. >> one reason russia is into this, they they have money they stand to gain. it all goes back to the desperation of this deal with iran. >> but he let this fester in a full-blown disaster situation in the middle east, so putin stepped in because he had to. when you see him standing next to president obama, you can feel the displeasure. he doesn't have respect for obama because he's now going to figure out the whole mess with bashir assad. he's got iran on his side and he's doing a good job of it, because he's calling the shots, dana.
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that's why the head general has to talk to putin, because he's calling the shots. >> obama obviously doesn't mean what he's saying, that assad still has to go. it's like a nuclear-free iran? what has he committed to, nuclear free-iran or bombing? i don't think he committed to either. >> putin and obama can make a deal. >> people never said they couldn't be, people said they shouldn't be. next, we're going to switch topics. a national shame. picht the pitcher of the nationals went after one of the sluggers. a brawl, ahead.
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welcome back to "the five." the washington nationals lost their bid to make it to the playoffs this weekend after a very disappointing end of season, and then a really low point happened. the pitcher, their closer, jonathan applebaum went after brian harper for not running to first base, and then this happened. >> words were exchanged and all of a sudden, everything breaks
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loose in that dugout. >> we assume it was a reference to not running that ball out and brice obviously didn't care for that. he leads here with his left and he's got a height advantage because he's on a higher step. if you can read lips, we sure would like to know what they're saying, but this is not good, obviously. there is no positive that can come out of this. >> it looked like an eric geraldo reference of the fight there. he could be arrested for criminal assault. the nationals releasing a statement today calling his behavior unacceptable. duh. he gave up five runs after they let him back in, and you can't let him back in on that kind of emotional context. they suspended him the rest of the season. i do think that was an assault. >> if he wanted to press charges, yeah. that's the thing, then you're going to get down to a whole political mess within the organization, it's not good for the franchise, the team morale. conduct unbecoming, certainly
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unsportsmanlike. it's not a good message or example for the children. >> when you grab somebody by the neck, it's not exactly unsportsmanlike conduct. >> brice harper not running, he had to run that out. at that point -- right, tommy, i don't think they were eliminating until after that game, right? he should have run that. that ball gets dropped in the outfield, he should have been on second base. he would have been at worst case first base. here's the thing, though. that stuff goes on all the time. >> the physical stuff? >> there's those altercations all the time, but they're not on the field. they're not in front of the fans and they're certainly not on the tvs, and that's why papelbaun is suspended for the rest of the season. he was wrong. there would have been justice within the organization had that happened a few hours later in the locker room, which it would have, and happens quite often. >> i think it's much ado about
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nothing. you guys should work it out. i'm sure they patched it up. things are hot during a game. >> yes, except if kids are watching, right? there are a lot of kids watching the game this is what happens in washington, dana? >> i was just thinking how relatively peaceful our green room is. i didn't know it happens all the time. >> it's a step too far, a bridge too far. when you lay hands on, you go too far. we've been nose to nose, and whatever we're thinking inside when that tension builds, when that passion -- >> that sounds really weird, just so you know. nose to nose. tommy gave us that. >> bodyguards and men's parts and all that. >> don't look at me. >> read it. >> i'm not going to read it. >> we'll be back.
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